We are Tulalip
The Tulalip (pronounced Tuh’-lay-lup) Tribes are federally recognized successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Skykomish, and other allied tribes and bands signatory to the Treaty of Point Elliott. The 22,000 acre Tulalip Indian Reservation is located north of Everett and the Snohomish River, and west of Marysville, Washington. The Tribes maintain an aggressive environmental preservation program, both on and off of the reservation to complement the Snohomish region’s natural resources. The economic development zone along the I-5 corridor provides revenue and services for the region. Tulalip provides health, human services, housing, utilities, technology services, education, recreation, entertainment, cultural, and historical activities. The Tribes have over 4,300 members, with half of the members living on the reservation.
For more information, please explore our website and visit our Tulalip Visitors' Guide.
Marine Drive Sidewalk Expansion Project
November 2016 to Summer 2017
Sidewalks and bike lanes will be constructed along Marine Drive. Currently, Marine Drive has sidewalks and bicycle lanes from I-5 to 7th Drive NW, providing approximately 3.1 miles of pedestrian facilities.
This project will:
- Add approximately 2.4 miles of illuminated multi-use trail, connecting 7th Avenue NW to 36th Avenue NW (next to Tulalip Boys and Girls Club).
- Add a proper pedestrian connection from 36th Avenue NW to I-5.
- Improve safety and mobility for pedestrians and bicyclists.
This project is a partnership between the Tulalip Tribes and Snohomish County.
I-5/116th St NE Interchange Improvements
Replacement of the existing overpass with wider bridge with more through and turn lanes, bike lanes, and sidewalks across I-5 to improve the interchange operations.
Stay informed by visiting the project website at: http://projects.tulaliptribes-nsn.gov/116th-interchange.
Marysville/Tulalip Community Recovery
The Marysville/Tulalip Community Recovery Team has launched an official Marysville/Tulalip United website. Following the tragic events of October 24th at the Marysville Pilchuck High School, the Marysville/Tulalip United website contains listings of community events and trainings, resources, and referrals for those needing help for themselves and loved ones. It is a joint collaboration between the Tulalip Tribes, the City of Marysville, and the Marysville School District.